Georgia’s Attorney General has named the leader of a new gang investigation unit that is the first of its kind in the state. A.G. Chris Carr said Wednesday that Cara Convery will report to work June 15 and help build a team whose mission it is to make Georgia streets safe from gangs. The unit […]
After the primary win, the attorney general vows to continue to protect lives, livelihoods and liberties. After capturing 74 percent in his primary and winning all of Georgia’s 159 counties, Attorney General Chris Carr today turned his attention to the general election. “I am humbled by the overwhelming vote of confidence I received from my […]
Georgia Attorney General Chris Carr took up right where Deputy Public Safety Commissioner Lt. Col. William “Billy” Hitchens III left off at Effingham Day at the Capitol on Feb. 1.
Ten people were indicted in a Fulton County human trafficking case, Georgia Attorney General Chris Carr announced Thursday. The attorney general said his office’s Human Trafficking Prosecution Unit brought the indictments out of Operation Not Forgotten 2020, an annual multi-agency effort to recover endangered and missing children.
Georgia Attorney General Chris Carr is demanding that the Occupational Safety and Health Administration withdraw its vaccine mandate, following the decision by the Supreme Court blocking the Biden administration from enforcing the mandate.
Georgia Attorney General Chris Carr has announced that his office rescued a teenager from a group of four alleged human traffickers. Carr said his office’s Human Trafficking Prosecution Unit received a tip from the National Center for Missing and Exploited Children. From that tip, investigators were able to identify, locate and rescue a 14-year-old victim.
Georgia Attorney General Chris Carr announced Friday that two people convicted in a human trafficking case brought by a specialized unit within his office will go to prison for 20 and 30 years. The case was the first brought by the Human Trafficking Prosecution Unit, which was formed in 2019.